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William Edward Cooksey Jr.

Houston, Texas

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WILLIAM EDWARD "BILL" COOKSEY, JR., 58, passed away peacefully, but unexpectedly on July 27, 2008. Bill was born on July 29, 1949 in Houston, Texas, to Babe and Lois Cooksey, who precede him in death. He attended Sam Houston High School and graduated from Texas A&M University --...

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Dear Monica,
I just came back from vacation and found out about your husband's passing away. I am so sorry for your loss and if there is anything that I can do, please let me know. Take care.

Monica,

We are so sorry to hear about Bill. He was a wonderful man. Please contact us if you need anything

Kasey,

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of you dad. He was truely a wonderful man. You and your family have always held a special place in all my childhood memories.

Kasey,

I am so sorry to hear about your dad. Words cannot express my sympathy.

Monica:
I was so saddened to hear about Bill. My deepest sympathies to you and your family during this time. My prayer for you is that the love of friends and family bring you comfort and the love of God brings you peace.
Your neighbor

Bill was a great friend and a great man and will be missed very much! He was very special to both of us.

I had only come to know Bill in the time that we worked together at Meridian Constructors. Even in that short time it was enough to know that he was the kind of person that everyone wanted around.

He was the kind of person that you wished you could be more like. I will miss his hilarious emails and always entertaining conversations.

He was a part of our Meridian team and he made work a fun place to be.

To his family, I will keep you all in my prayers during...

Uncle Bill was not an overly religous man. Many may have believed that he was if they didnt already know. He did however live his life in a way that was pleasing to God. He gave in a way that many are not capable. He would give you the shirt off his back and the last dollar in his pocket if you were in need. He would offer the pants as well if he had worn underwear that day. He loved unconditionally and always put others before himself.

Bill was not an overly political man, but...

To the Cookseys
I cannot find the words to say how
sorry I am For your loss.
I have many GREAT memories of Bill
that I will cherish forever the one of his freindship most of all.
Thank Ya All for sharing him.
I know you will not hesitate to ask if you need anything
Brother Outlaw Joe